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Tammy Meets Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves…

Tammy Meets Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves (The Wurtherington Diary Book…

by Reynold Jay

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Tammy, a 10 year old living in the late 1800's, is on another adventure as a time traveler. Her mission this time is to make sure that King Mansu Musa of Africa in the year 1324 finishes his journey to Medina where his daughter is to be married.

Of course, her faithful friends Cedric the talking mongoose and Zeke the talking opussum as well as King Alfred in mouse form go along to help. They are characters that are fun, lively and play an important part in saving King Musa's kingdom.

Along the way they encounter giant scorpions, giant vultures, elves, Ali Baba and an evil wizard. Ali Baba is truly a Robin Hood. He takes the villagers gold and hides it to keep it safe from Mardonio - the evil wizard's - troops. Mardonio has his troops plundering the villages, beating the villagers and causing havoc throughout the land.

Tammy and her friends along with Ali Baba and his thieves fight the enemy to win the kingdom back.

This is a wonderful fun read for children 9 years and older. There is fantasy, love, friendship and evil - - a little of everything to keep readers turning the pages.

This book was provided to me from the author for review purposes. ( )
  Diane_K | Sep 10, 2015 |
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Ride on a magic carpet with Tammy Wurtherington, the legendary little doll girl, into the land of Arabian Nights. Like she did in The Declaration of Independence, she and her furry animal friends must "nudge" the space-time continuum and see that the world is returned to its proper order. In this magical tale, Mistress Wurtherington must see the the legendary gold of Mansa Musa is not stolen in the year 1324. Tammy is summoned to Kira by the kind sorceress, Lucinda and given a magic carpet and off she flies with Alfred the mouse, Zeke the orphaned opossum, and Cedric the comical mongoose.
Be prepared for a fantasy adventure that is suitable for the entire family transcribed word for word exactly as the remarkable Tammy Wutherington wrote and illustrated it more than one hundred years ago. ( )
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  reynoldjay | Jul 10, 2015 |
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